Allowed memory size of 1098907648 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 390399640 bytes)

Its error coming bacause The “Allowed memory size exhausted” error in PHP indicates that your script has attempted to use more memory than the limit allowed by the PHP configuration. It’s a common issue, and here are several strategies you can use to resolve or mitigate the problem:

Increase Memory Limit:

  • You can try increasing the memory limit in your php.ini file or in your script using ini_set. Locate your php.ini file, find the memory_limit directive, and increase its value. For example:

Go to php.ini file

Just change as do below for unlimited limit

memory_limit=-1

Now error has been solved 👍👍

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